Falcons set to return at this year's Lincolnshire Show
The RAF Falcons will be parachuting into this year's Lincolnshire Show to wow the crowds with their daring aerial displays.
It's the 135th year of the Lincolnshire Show and the event, held at the Lincolnshire Showground on June 19 and 20, is as jam-packed as ever with entertainment.
The popular event also marks 150 years of Lincolnshire Agricultural Society.
Last year, the Falcons made a special appearance at the show to mark 100 years of the RAF - and they were so popular, they have been called back again.
Money saving expert Martin Lewis will also be bringing his amazing “The Martin Lewis Money Show” to the event, setting up a stall at the showground.
Other attractions on the bill this year, include a Dakota flypast acrobatic stunts from the UK's top motocross riders Broke FMX, the Shetland Pony Grand National and the Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue band.
Jayne Southall, CEO of Lincolnshire Showground, said: “We were absolutely thrilled to have the Falcons as part of last year's show. The reception from the attendees of the show to their parachute displays was fantastic, so we're over the moon to have them back for another year as part of our celebrations.”
Advanced tickets for the show are £21 for adults, £17 for 17 to 22-year-olds, children are £6 and under fives are free. Family tickets, admitting two adults and three children are £44. Car parking is free.
For tickets and more info, go to the website at www.lincolnshireshow.co.uk
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